John Locke Book Review–How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months

4 out of 5 stars– A no-nonsense guide to not only selling your self-published book but selling yourself too. So, follow a few simple steps and you too could be a million book selling author. Of course, John Locke does confess that his strategy doesn’t work for everyone… but might work for you. If anything, it can help increase your author visibility on-line, which, in a world of wanna-be writers, can’t be a bad thing. Well worth a read I say, particularly if you’re a writer into marketing, Twitter and blogging.

http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/334371171

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7 thoughts on “John Locke Book Review–How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months

  1. good post

  2. Yeah, I thought it was worth the read. The crux seems to be that he exhausted traditional marketing methods and managed to go viral with a general interest blog post (not writing related and not his first) that spilled over into book sales. Then he leveraged the success from that by building a mail list. I have the feeling that it happened by chance and then he knew what to do once the ball was rolling.

  3. I think you’re right. It certainly gives self-published writers hope. So, writing success is probably a combination of being in the right place at the right time and hard work, with a little dose of luck thrown in.

  4. William Stadler

    Thanks. I’m bookmarking this page.

  5. I’m looking forward to checking this out. It dawned on me though, that maybe a good way to sell a lot of books is to use a title like that! 🙂

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